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he United States Supreme Court should overrule one or more of the following decisions

* Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 505 U.S. 833 (1992)

* Ex parte Quirin, 317 U.S. 1 (1942)

* U.S. v. Morrison, 529 U.S. 598 (2000)

* Milliken v. Bradley, 418 U.S. 717 (1974)

 

 

the First is an abortion case

The Second is the case that the president cites as his precedent for prez powers in the WOT ie detention w/o charge

The Third is a case about federalism/VAWA

The Fourth is a case about desergregation

 

 

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jamie

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As I hear it didn't even receive the most votes but because of the voting system it won, kind of like the presidential election. I could and probably am wrong about that though.

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I knew they would get a detention w/o charge case in there

 

score one for high school debate.

soo true!

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no shae you are right. the way that it worked is that the areas topic got the most first place votes, and past that I think that it probably got the most last place votes which dropped it off. Most anyone voting for a list probably ranked it last, so that it would be gone. Then it is called like automatic runoff.

 

 

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jamie

mostate debate 2011

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Ex parte Quirin, 317 U.S. 1

 

GTMO once again? Yay?

hmmmm...yeah, i think i agree with the supreme court on all 4 of those...

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hmmmm...yeah, i think i agree with the supreme court on all 4 of those...

 

Aw comon, Casey has something for everyone to disagree with.

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Aw comon, Casey has something for everyone to disagree with.

it would depend upon the definition of overrule. If it is to alter part of the ruling, I do disagree with part of that decision. However, if it is to completely nullify the decision, I stand by it. Though a little bit of T never stopped anyone, eh?

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it would depend upon the definition of overrule. If it is to alter part of the ruling, I do disagree with part of that decision. However, if it is to completely nullify the decision, I stand by it. Though a little bit of T never stopped anyone, eh?

 

I'm not sure anyone will win a single debate on 'overrule' means "to completely nullify the decision."

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